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IndianaMap: Created, developed, and maintained by the Indiana Geological Survey.

IndianaMap is the largest publicly available collection of Indiana geographic information system (GIS) map data. It is made possible by an IndianaMap alliance of partners from federal, state, local organizations and agencies, and universities. The purpose of these efforts is to acquire, improve, and deliver a wide variety of GIS data for Indiana.

This geographic information has many uses, including transportation planning, economic development, environmental assessment, and emergency response. The GIS data is easily accessible from the website as interactive maps for the general public, Web Map Services for GIS professionals, and downloadable data.

Interactive Maps

The IndianaMap Viewer is an interactive map that can be used to view and query more than 260 layers of GIS data through the web. The available data include aerial photographs, land cover, reference layers, and layers related to infrastructure, demography, environment, hydrology, and geology.

Other focused interactive maps also exist for viewing IndianaMap data. Learn more...

Resources for GIS Professionals

GIS professionals can load a variety of data from the IndianaMap directly into their software using Web Map Services (WMS). Such services include IndianaMap WMS and framework data: Orthophotography, streets, addresses, waters, elevation, geodetic control, cadastral data, Public Land Survey System (PLSS), and governmental boundaries. Other specialized WMS for Indiana are also available.

Data Downloads

IndianaMap data are available for download from the IndianaMap Layer Gallery and the Indiana Spatial Data Portal. Select data are also available from the Data and Resources page.
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The IndianaMap is a collaborative effort of the Indiana Geographic Information Officer, the Indiana Geographic Information Council, the Indiana Department of Transportation, the Indiana Geological Survey, University Information Technology Services of Indiana University, and other federal, state, and local partners. Learn more...